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Originally Posted by Raid-The-Roach View Post

Cybic, question for you. Could you not fit another fan on that front Rad because of the 680?


Actually, there is plenty of room in the case for an additional fan. I just removed it because I didn't want to mess with the GPU fan airflow. Not sure if it makes much of a difference either way.

The fans by the way are cougar 120mm.

Thanks for the feedback/comments.
post #1322 of 10489
Hey guys from Russia smile.gif Terrible english inc here smile.gif

My new rig in work process right now. Find some photos on my nokia:









Special photos my cute friends which help me building tongue.gif





Some spec of machine:

i5 3750k (oc to 4.5 @ 1.25v)
Corsair H100i ( push\pull with 4s corsair sp 120)
Asus Maximus Gene V
Corsair Vengeance 8gb (oc to 2000 mhz)
Asus DCII gtx 670 (oc to 1258/1778)
Corsair Force GT 120gb
Seasonic X-750


Sorry about bad quality photos, tomorow upload complete pack photos in better quality. thumb.gif
post #1323 of 10489
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Originally Posted by t77snapshot View Post

Welcome to the Haf-XB Case Clubhouse Cybic biggrin.gif

I have added your name linked with this pic to the members list of the OP!! , if you wish to use a different picture then just let me know here or pm.

Those black and orange fans looks sweet! Who manufacturers them?

Those are Cougar Vortex fans. Highly recommend those fans, that's what I use all around. They come in LED flavors, too.
post #1324 of 10489
Ok, I only zoomed through all pic's the best my attention span can handle, my eyes are swelling and brain is bleeding. I'm sure somebody has already asked is it possible to convert those two front 3.5 bays to 5.25. Its been driving me crazy looking at all the pictures and see if it can come out good looking without looking like some hacked away rats chewing at the trim. Very concerned that it will work that way.
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post #1325 of 10489
If your talking about the hot swap bays, the trays will take 3.5" or regular hard drives
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If your talking about the hot swap bays, the trays will take 2.5" or regular hard drives
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Special photos my cute friends which help me building tongue.gif





For a sec i thought these were before and after pic lol
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post #1328 of 10489
Im seriously close to having this case overnighted. i desperately need a desktop style case for my massive 3lb hd 7950. currently im using a Ghost White scout 2 i love it but my gpu sags so bad to the point it loses contact and fails to post.

im going to order the xb but i need some rec. on fans. i ordered a 2nd 7950 so ill be crossfire so i would like to put some good 120's in front (esp on the left side) to push air inbetween the gpus.
also are most people using the 2 80mm for intake?
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post #1329 of 10489
Very few peeps use 80mm at all on bottom, the fronts can use 120 or 140mm and yes, most here use it as intake for obvious reasons.
post #1330 of 10489
I just grabbed some LED 80mm fans with a decent fan speed and stuck them on the bottom as exhaust as intended by Coolermaster. In the end they're 90% just for lighting, but I'm sure they aren't hurting anything when it comes to getting some air moving around down by my pump.
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